Sports

East Hampton High’s senior-heavy boys tennis team is expected to have another standout season.
The Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter Hurricanes’ 8-through-19-year-old swim team keeps raising the bar.
A report from the clay courts of Miami, a laps fund-raiser at the Y, and lifeguard training sessions.
The week ahead in South Fork sports.
Jim Stewart, who recently retook the coaching reins about a decade after giving them up, says the program is on its way back, with 36 seventh and eighth graders having joined.
The Pierson Whalers were handled roughly last weekend by the Millbrook Blazers, the top-rated Class C team in the state and the classification’s defending state champion.
Joe Vas, East Hampton High’s athletic director, touts new coaches for softball and girls lacrosse, baseball’s new turf field, and Ryan Fowkes, Bonac’s top runner, who signed a letter of intent to attend George Washington.
A regional playoff loss in the state tournament despite a strong showing by Bridgehampton’s J.P. Harding, who had 28 points and 19 rebounds, 11 of them off the offensive boards.
The week ahead in spring sports.
Bridgehampton blew out Roscoe Central 59-29 in a state Class D southeast regional playoff game Monday, and now it’s on to Binghamton to face Marathon on Sunday at the Floyd L. Maines Arena.
Adam Busiello is the only five-time state high school wrestling champion Suffolk County’s ever had. He’s won six national Super 32 championships too.
Ethan McCormac in “a very fast meet” at the Nassau County Aquatics Center, while Ryan Fowkes takes 11th in the state meet’s 1,000-meter race on Staten Island.
Frank Ackley of Springs hits the court against the nation’s third-ranked player in the 65s in Florida.